Negro Leaders Pause to Reconsider

Newspaper Article
Unknown (author)
Mon, 10/07/1963
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The author reports on various locations in the United States where racial integration efforts experienced simultaneous difficulties and triumphs. In Alabama, African-American civil rights activists debated over whether to continue demonstrations for equality in Birmingham and Selma. Notable events in the Carolinas included a peaceful march with no arrests at Trinity Methodist Church in Orangeburg, South Carolina. In Mississippi, three female students (one white and two African-American students) from Tougaloo College were arrested at Capitol Street Methodist Church. Pennsylvania and New York were both hosts to incidents of race-related violence. In Michigan, civil rights activists marched for racial equality in Kalamazoo. Mormon leader Hugh Brown advocated for civil rights in Salt Lake City, Utah.

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Document Description: one-page photocopy of article; located in PLT Archive folder "Ed King"; handwritten notation: circled news item related to Mississippi and Tougaloo Southern Christian College; handwritten notation: "who? what?".

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